Blown by the Wind: a meditation on the church

Sometimes, one has a bit of writers block – managing only to pump out some book reviews and recaps, roundups and so on. At other times, you need the feel of the wind on your face to open your eyes … Continued

Book Review: The Selfish Gospel

As ever, when appropriate, it is worth mentioning that this book is published by IVP, who I currently work for. Hopefully my review isn’t clouded by that. In my last blog post, I shared a bit about the ‘Season of … Continued

Book Review: Evangelical, Sacramental & Pentecostal

As some who happily self-identifies as both evangelical and sacramental, and often bumps up against pentecostalism (I am a Charismatic, but I don’t think I’m a pentecostal in particular) in its various forms, I was intrigued to get my hands on … Continued

God With Us: ​The contribution of Rowan Williams for a Vineyard Sacramental theology of Worship’

I am looking forward to presenting a very tentative debut paper at the SST 2017 Conference at the University of Nottingham. My paper sits in the Sacramentality, Liturgy and Theology stream, and echoes a number of my interests at this … Continued

Just Theology? The 2017 VCUKI Theology Symposium

Echoing an old guest post on the first VCUKI Symposium, and the second one, the following is shamelessly borrowed from my friend Neal Swettenham, Theological Coordinator for Vineyard Churches UK and Ireland! Is our theology just theology or a Just … Continued

Charismatic Clarity: Who Does What?

  It has been a while since I’ve written a post in my on-and-off series on ‘Charismatic Clarity’. These are posts which, as someone theologically convinced of a Charismatic understanding of Christianity, seek to explore misconceptions from within and without … Continued

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